- n. fair organized by publishers or booksellers to promote the sale of books
- n. bazaar at which books are sold or auctioned off in order to raise funds for a worthy cause
“The used and remaindered bookfair is up on Paseo de Recoletos, which sounds better than it actually is, since they pretty much stock junk that no one much wanted the first time around.”
“First of all, yes, indeed, the “many-minded” comment which must have been in the van on the way back from the bookfair was a reference to that FLL thread, which I think we talked about explicitly.”
“Basically, the bookfair is a literary gathering of epic proportions. newswire: Dear Friends,”
“Check out the local B&N tomorrow (Sunday) as it hosts a bookfair fundraiser for the Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society.”
“Check out the local B&N tomorrow (Sunday) as it hosts a bookfair fundraiser  for the Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society.”
“There is the vast bookfair at the AWP, the huge exhibition a tangible expression of production -- despite harsh controls over quantity of output, the overall output is large enough to shun market forces.”
“All you need to do is tell the cashier the bookfair number 503375 or provide the voucher, below, upon checkout.”
“For more details on the Bookfair and how you can help, read below or see our bookfair page on our SSIF website.”
“The last bookfair Barnes & Noble presented for Kids Need to Read resulted in nearly $2000 being contributed to our foundation, all of which was used to purchase an even higher value of books for several literacy programs.”
“Just came back from the bookfair in Gothenburg wh...”
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